Adrienne Bitoy Jackson

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First name: 
Adrienne
Last name: 
Bitoy Jackson
Brief Bio: 

Bright, dynamic, enterprising, innovative, goal oriented & engaging senior public service administrator. Master trainer w/superior communication (writing/editing) skills, strategic thinker and proficient planner. Trust inspiring, highly effective problem solver and resourceful team player. Extensive experience in nonprofit sector, i.e. municipal corporations, fbos/cbos, educational institutions, government departments, human service agencies, unions, & professional/volunteer organizations.
* Authored winning submission for Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Public Innovator Award for e-Governance.
* Directed federally funded $1.65M ICT and Digital Inclusion projects.
* Managed resource development team that raised $47M in new funds ($5 MM in technology funding).
* Recognized expert in human services programming and outcome based planning (logic models)

Full Bio: 

Adrienne Bitoy Jackson joined the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), the third largest federally funded housing agency in the nation, on December 8, 1997 where she has held the positions of: Manager- Organizational Effectiveness, Special Assistant to the CIO, Project Executive, Senior Manager of Marketing and Outreach, and Assistant Director of Resource Development. As a member of CHA’s Office of Information Technology Services’ Project Management Office, she successfully managed to conclusion two federally funded ICT projects valued at $1.65 million (to learn more about these projects go to http://www.linkedin.com/osview/canvas?_ch_page_id=2&_ch_panel_id=3&_ch_a...)
As the CHA’s former Assistant Director of Resource Development she is personally credited with raising approximately 10% of the agency’s originally targeted $50 million in new resources.

Ms. Bitoy Jackson’s experience with public sector and nonprofit management includes:
• Municipal corporations,
• Governmental agencies and departments,
• Faith/community based and professional/volunteer organizations and.
• Educational institutions.

Other public sector distinctions include serving as:

 The City of Chicago’s Assistant Director for the “Hire the Future”- Private Sector Initiative,
 An Evaluator for the Chicago Board of Education’s “Hispanic Student Drop-Out Program”,
 A Professional Organizer for the Calumet Community Religious Conference Developing Communities Project (Archdiocese of Chicago, Deanery 11 ) Employment Issues Initiative,
 A University Research Associate for the Governors State University Department of Administration & Planning,
 The Chicago Metropolitan Director of the Roosevelt Center for American Policy Studies (RCAPS),
 A Policy/Program Assistant for the Kids Public Education Policy Project (KidsPEPP),
 The Prevention Director for the Ounce of Prevention Fund, and
 Prevention Supervisor for the BRASS Foundation, Inc.

Her academic and professional credentials include:
•PMI Certification as a Project Management Professional [2007-2014]
•Certificate of Completion from the Innovations in Governance Executive Education Program. Harvard’ J.F. Kennedy School of Government, Ash Institute.
•Certificate of Completion for Accounting & Financial Reporting for Not-for Profit Organizations from the Nonprofit Resource Center.
•Master of Science in Education (Adult Continuing Education) from the Northern Illinois University Graduate School’s Department of Leadership and Educational Policy.
•Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Marketing) from Chicago State University,
•Certificate of Not-for Profit Management from Roosevelt University Institute of Metropolitan Affairs..
•State of Illinois “A “Level Certification for the following professional areas: Executive I, Social Service Planer 3 & 4, Senior Public Service Administrator-Health and Human Service General Administration/Business/Marketing/Labor /Personnel and
•IAODAPCA Certified Senior ATODA Prevention Specialist (CSADP). (1992-1997)

Ms Bitoy Jackson continues to utilize her creativity, strong research, negotiation, superior leadership, communication skills and abilities to further enhance and develop strategic alliances through her business, heuristics marketing consultants. Ms. Bitoy Jackson has authored three publications,: Methods of Non Formal Education: Radical Adult Education Catalyzing Social Change in Public Housing Communities, Primer for Empowering Resident Leadership, and Winning Proposals. A fourth publication, Vistas, a photo journal, is co-authored with her husband She is an avid jazz and spa enthusiast; loves impressionist and oriental art, enjoys traveling, horseback riding, playing Wii and Scrabble.

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